Cabela's Elkskin Insulated Gloves

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Cabela's Elkskin Insulated Gloves -
1.0 to 1.2mm thickness rating, top-grade elkskin for the best in softness and durability. 40-gram Thinsulateā„¢ Insulation and tricot linings. They are great for operating equipment and machinery. Gloves are Gunn cut and have a keystone thumb construction to allow freedom of movement and comfortable fit. The rolled leather hem and elastic in the wrist add to the comfortable fit. Tanned elk skin is both stronger and softer than cowhide. Imported.
Sizes: S-2XL.
Colors: Tan, Black.
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Cabela's Elkskin Insulated Gloves Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Nice gloves; requires a break-in period

I bought a pair of these gloves (black model) a year ago and the leather is quite rugged, plus the gloves look very nice. The stitching in the web area between the ring and middle fingers had a minor imperfection that caused the glove to rub/pinch the webbing on my hand between those fingers initially. I've applied leather conditioner and worn them enough that this issues seems to have been resolved. I have large hands (typically 2XL size gloves) with middle fingers that are 3½" measured from webbing; the length of the gloves fingers are just the right size. In freezing or below temps, my hands do start to get cold within about ½ hour. These gloves could benefit from some heavier duty thinsulate; this would make them just perfect in my opinion.
DeadBaron at Cabelas on 02/02/2014

Elkskin Gloves

As a surgeon, I need to be careful with my hands. As a rancher I need to be hands-on to get the job done. I own lots of gloves but these will be at the top of my go-to pile. The elk skin is strong but supple enough to have a high degree of dexterity. The Thinsulate lining is just enough to keep your hands warm without making them sweat when you get busy. Overall, I'd buy them again at double the price!
Ghostdogg at Cabelas on 12/17/2013

husbands work gloves

These gloves are very warm, very comfortable and easy to work wearing them. Very much worth the cost. I would purchase this product again.
grandpaw3 at Cabelas on 12/20/2013

Negative Reviews:

Disapointing product.

Nice leather but poor insulation. Not good for Minnesota winter weather.
fishinguy1 at Cabelas on 12/15/2013